If even mud can give us a staff infection and kill us in a week, then we have to make a decision. The same decision that we are making during this Coronavirus epidemic. Do we live bravely in the face of death, or do we allow fear and uncertainty to drive us. As Christians, we should take C.S. Lewis's advice on the subject of living bravely in the face of death. That is to live well, love God, and love our neighbors. Take a listen to Jay as he talks about being brave at a moment of uncertainty.
About Jay WattsJay is a speaker and writer. His focus is on pro-life issues, as well as euthanasia, apologetics, and philosophy.
TRANSCRIPT Based on a meme I saw today, you probably don’t want actress Jameela Jamil as a landlord. The meme includes a picture of The Good Place star lounging backward in a white pant suit with the words. “The Choice is the Landlord’s, not the tenant’s, not the Neighbor’s. Your Uterus. Your Choice.” Jamil has [...]
A long time ago, I attended a lecture about legacy from a gentleman at a planned giving function. The speaker asked everyone in the room to stand up. Then he said, “Remain standing if you remember the first middle and last names of both of your parents.” No one sat down. He continued, “Now, remain [...]
Two days ago, I read Caitlin Flanagan’s piece at The Atlantic, The Dishonesty of the Abortion Debate. My immediate response was to write and record a Merely Human Moment (See those here) short podcast quickly addressing a couple of points. Then I held up. Flanagan’s article is well written. It plays some familiar notes but [...]